Prince Party Ideas
Prince Invitation Ideas
Print party invitations on blue marbled paper.
Hear Ye ... Hear Ye!
The Royal Family of _________
proudly announces the royal birthday celebration of Prince ____________
You are hereby requested to attend the royal celebration at the ___________ (host's last name) Castle.
Located high on the hill at at __________________ (party's address)
During the hours of ________________
A RSVP is requested at the Queen.
Or insert into envelopes and a wax seal or gold foil seal on envelope.
Prince Party Decoration Ideas
Decorate for the Prince themed party with any of these fun ideas.
Tie helium balloons in silver, white and blue to the mailbox or outside the party area so guests will know where the party is located.
On butcher paper or brown rolls of wrapping paper draw bricks on one side and tape it down to the walkway of the party entrance.
Attach plastic chains (can be found at hardware stores) on either side of the house and to the ground on either side of the walkway to make a drawbridge for an entrance. If the party will be at night hang strings of lights in the trees outside the party. Make a sign that says "The __________'s (name of family) Castle".
Hang banners or flags (the type that would be seen on castles) outside leading up to the entrance.
Decorate the party table in blues and grays.
Cups can be decorated with stick on jewels before the party or let guests decorate their own.
Drape blue fabric over the chairs and
gather in the back with a rubber band.
Games for a Prince Birthday Party
Place two blocks of wood or low step stools about 2 feet apart. Two at a time give the Prince and his guests a pool noodle and step up onto the platform. They have to try and knock each other off their platform with the pool noodle within 1 minute. Let everyone have a turn.
Sword Fight with Bubbles
Give each guest a foam sword. Have several adults blow bubbles (or use a bubble machine) and have the princes pop the bubbles with their swords.
Sword and Coin Race
Variation: After playing the first round make guests balance two coins and then three and four coins on the swords instead of one.
Dragon Egg Hunt
Party games for - Birthday games 2, 3, 4 year olds
Party games for - Birthday games 5 and 6 year olds
Games just for boys - Boys party games
Prince Party Goody / Loot Bag Ideas
Box or bag that looks like castle wall bricks
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